As the days get longer and the sun shines brighter, it's a great time to take advantage of all that spring has to offer in Lenawee County. Whether you're looking for a family-friendly adventure or the ultimate thrill, here are fun places to visit in Lenawee County this spring.
Stone Mountain Family Fun Center is home to an 18-hole mini golf course offering many exciting and challenging obstacles along the winding paths. Your adventure will have you pass over bridges, venture inside a cave, and even navigate stepping stones to cross a river. Then, cool down with hand dipped ice cream and tasty food from Twin Pines Eatery located next to the course.
Take a trip to a local farm to gather fresh, hand-picked vegetables and locally sourced Honey. Sunny Acres Farm is a 'No-Till' Vegetable Market Garden and producer of Raw Honey, direct from their apiary. It’s a perfect stop to gather nutritious food for a spring cookout or picnic.
Get out for a ride and take in the sights of nature on horseback. Tails and Trails is a small family owned stable that offers lessons, trail rides, pony parties, boarding and more.
Catch a high-quality production at The Croswell Opera House. Any of their spring shows below are sure to please.
High-energy music and entertainment is lined up at the Tecumseh Center for the Arts this spring. Tickets start at just $10 for some of the shows.
- VIP Titanic Dinner Show – April 15
- Drew & Kin Featuring Danny K – April 22
- Comedian Taylor Mason – April 29
- Musicals Through The Decade – May 7
- NHME Spring Concert – May 16 `
Many of Lenawee’s farmers markets have more than fresh produce and baked goods. You can often enjoy live entertainment, food trucks, and other activities at the markets in Tecumseh, Manitou Beach, and Adrian.
Strap on some skates or grab your bike and head over to the Adrian Skate & Bike Park. This park is home to a halfpipe combo, bank hip corner, start box, streetspine, launch box, escalator quarterpipe and half pyramid. You’ll enjoy experiencing the ramps and jumps, regardless of your skill level.
Skydive Tecumseh takes you 50% higher than any other drop zone in Michigan. They have state-of-the-art equipment, professional staff and a specially designed plane to make your skydiving experience the best you have ever experienced. Strap in - their season begins April 22!
Tecumseh Paddling Company offers river trips, kayak rentals, and paddleboarding. You can take a trip down the River Raisin, one of the world's crookedest rivers or enjoy a calmer terrain on Globe Mill and Standish ponds, ideal for beginners and kids. TPC is open every day in May from 12 p.m. – 7 p.m., weather permitting.